Fragments of a Lost Gospel
Translator: Bernard P. Grenfell and Arthur S. Hunt
Editor: Bernard P. Grenfell and Arthur S. Hunt
Publisher: Henry Frowds, 1904
It was reprinted, principally by way of abridgment, from the publication of the two texts in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, Part IV, nos. 654 and 655. The Logia, also included, is reprinted from The Oxyrhynchus, Part I, no. 1. With the exception of The Logia, the two texts are supplemented by an introduction, notes, and general remarks.
New Sayings of Jesus consists of forty-two incomplete lines on the back of a survey list of various pieces of land. The assigned period is the middle or late third century B.C.E. The Logia, discovered in 1897, comes from the third century C.E., or maybe earlier. Eight fragments of a rolled papyrus make up The Fragment of a Lost Gospel. It was probably written prior to 250 C.E.